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Alema Beasley

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Biography updated on 09/26/20
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General Info

NameAlema Beasley
Emailalematialino@gmail.com
Telephone #9107958839
Age29
Date of Birth 2/13/1992
LocationSalt Lake City, United States
CitizenshipUnited States
CoachLisa Kriley
9073887465
abb509062@gmail.com
Will relocate?yes
Wants to compete...

Pairs at the level(s):

Senior
Physical Info

GenderMale
Height5'11"  /  180 cm
Weight175 lbs  /  79 kg
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack
Jump DirectionCounter-clockwise
Tests

Moves In the FieldJunior
FreestyleJunior
Competitive History

CompetitionLevel & CategoryPlacement
2008 Pacific Coast SectionalsJunior6th / 12
2008 Central Pacific RegionalsJunior2nd / 10
2006 Pacific Coast SectionalsNovice9th / 12
2006 Central Pacific RegionalsNovice1st / 11
Short Answers
Q: What are your skating goals, both short-term and long-term?
I want to compete. That’s the bottom line for me. I stopped skating when I was 17; which was almost 12 years ago as I am 28 years old now. I did not so much as step foot on the ice during that 12 year break. I recently finished my college education and graduated with my law degree in spring of 2019. I started skating again right before the pandemic so only a few months and elements are coming back quite quickly, and my body feels stronger than ever. I still believe that with the right partner I have about 5-7 years (of possible skating left in my mind and body).
Q: What qualities do you possess that would make you a good partner?
I am incredibly motivated and disciplined in everything I do.

I have great fundamental skating skills, jump technique etc. In 3 months doing through double axel with next to no failures. Strengthening my body for 3 toe, 3 Sal, and 3 Lutz as well.
Extra comments:
I am older than most might prefer but the way I see it is my body has been preserved better than other athletes due to the 12 years I spent in higher education and academia. Think a conversation about what is possible is the best way to start moving forward. Thank you for your time and consideration.